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Old Mar 27, 2005, 9:53 PM   #1
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These are my first Cedar Waxwings. Nothing special as far as quality goes but I was glad to see them and get a chance for a shot.

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#1- ISO 400, 1/250th, F5.6, Exp Comp +1.3, 560mm

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#2 - ISO 400, 1/100th, F5.6, Exp comp +1.3, 560mm

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#3 - ISO 400, 1/60th, F5.6, 560mm

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Old Mar 27, 2005, 10:36 PM   #4
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Hey there Houston, nice job getting yourself some waxwings on top of the heron shots of the other day. They are very pretty birds and your nice flowers add to the attractiveness of the bird.

PS - check above the head of the first one for an extremely straight horizontalline. I think that it's left-over from some background processing. With your abilities in this area it will be an easy fix.
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Old Mar 27, 2005, 11:40 PM   #5
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I like the last shot, a pretty looking bird.:-)
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Old Mar 28, 2005, 9:39 PM   #6
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PS - check above the head of the first one for an extremely straight horizontalline.
Thanks Norm. I have it fixed now. It was bed time the other night and I was getting in too much of a hurry I guess.

And thanks to you also Alady for stopping in. Yes both the male and female Cardinals are very pretty and colorful birds and I really enjoy having them in my backyard every day.
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